Does "mine bukser" refer to my one pair of pants, like in English, or does it mean my more-than-one pairs of pants?
"Mine bukser" can mean both my one pair, or my whole collection of pants.
Good to see they accept more British terms too. No doubt that will make my learning a lot less confusing as a Briton :D Good work :)
Interesting enough this word entered even the German language. At least for Northern Germany an Berlin 'Meine Buxen' in colloquial is used for 'my trousers'. (However in High German 'Buchse' would refer to an electrical inlet)
It's using the American word. But another comment says it will accept if you translate 'bukser' as 'trousers'
No, that is underwear, literal translation is under-busker= under-pants I believe